Man Ray was known for his provocative photography and Dadaist paintings, but his friend Marcel Duchamp's passion for chess started a decades-long exploration of chess set designs beginning with this wood set from 1920. Reproduced under license for the first time. Designed by: Man Ray
Material: Lacquered beech wood
Flat unobtrusive board, with green felt bottom
Specially commissioned to accompany the Man Ray chess set
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Man Ray was known for his provocative photography
and Dadaist paintings, but his friend Marcel Duchamp's passion for chess started a decades long exploration of chess set designs beginning with this wood set from 1920. Reproduced under license for the ...